Algebra is Tramway's digital literary journal. Edited by Beatrice Colin, the third issue includes brand new fiction and poetry from new and established names. The Missing issue, inspired by Andrew O'Hagan's staged production of his novel, features writers such as James Robertson, Ruth Thomas and Eleanor Thom.
The stories here deal with the idea of loss; of a loved one; of a one's mind; of a relationship. A child at Salem watches her mother being convicted as a witch, a man attends an art opening and is haunted by the memory of his wife, and a woman swims alone in the ocean and takes stock of her life, in original fiction and poetry that is bold, funny and moving.
- One Summer Night by Elanor Dymott
- It's Always Strange to Sleep in Cities by Kapka Kassabova
- The Goode Daughter by Andrea Mullaney
- Faceless, falling by Allan Radcliffe
- A Stramash and a Hush in Bloomsbury by James Robertson
- Blackgate by Sophie Rutenbar
- The School by Eleanor Thom
- Coeurs de Pigeons by Ruth Thomas